Graduates of KIC have a wide variety of employment options after completing their university education. Due to our comprehensive, interdisciplinary curriculum conducted 100% in English, students have an advantage in employment regardless of whether one applies to a trading firm or to an international organization. Many also continue their studies by entering law schools or Master’s/Doctorate programs in Korea or abroad.

Our students have been consistently employed across a wide diversity of occupations in sectors including international trade, manufacturing, logistics, financing, accounting and legal affairs. In addition, students are increasingly gaining jobs in government and the public sector more broadly including various research institutes, domestic and foreign private sector firms, fashion and design, advertisement, consulting and services.
Examples include:

Private Sector and ITSamsung Electronics, Samsung Display, LG Electronics, LG Telecom, Oracle USA, BMW, IBM, Toshiba Korea, KT, Asiana Airlines, CJ Logistics
Banking and FinanceJP Morgan, Hana Bank, KB Life Insurance, Woori Investment, Shinhan Bank, Samsung Life Insurance, Daewoo Securities, Dai Shin Securities
Media and PressFox Channel USA, Media Research
ServicesGrand Hyatt Hotel, Ritz Carlton Hotel, Hyundai Department Store, Home Plus
Public Sector, Government, International OrganizationsNational Assembly (ROK), Ministry of Environment, World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA), Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), Kenyan Embassy, Argentina Embassy, Korea Electric Power Company, Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power
Law SchoolsColumbia Law School, Wisconsin Law School, Sungkyungkwan University
Graduate SchoolsSeoul National University, Korea University, Kyung Hee University

The important trend is that the career prospects of KIC students have been expanding every year from private sector employment to encompassing academia and government-related affairs.